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Title: Development of educational motivation through the youth socio-cultural, environmental and leisure practices
Authors: Goncharov, V. N.
Гончаров, В. Н.
Keywords: Apprentices;Sustainable development;Education computing;Leisure;Motivation;Planning;Surveys
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: EDP Sciences
Citation: Goncharov V., Ivashova V., Kolosova O., Tronina L., Berkovsky V. Development of educational motivation through the youth socio-cultural, environmental and leisure practices // E3S Web of Conferences. - 2021. - Том 258. - Номер статьи 10014
Series/Report no.: E3S Web of Conferences
Abstract: The presents the results of a study of the developmental potential of socio-cultural and leisure practices of youth, used in university education to increase educational adaptation and motivation of students. The relevance of the study lies in the identification of new motivational mechanisms that provide more effective educational adaptation and motivation of young people to obtain vocational education. The relevance of the research is confirmed in the substantive discussion of scientists in the field of transformation of cultural and leisure practices and improving the mechanisms of educational motivation in vocational education. The empirical part of the study of the development of educational motivation through socio-cultural and leisure practices, implemented in the university community, was conducted by a questionnaire survey of 458 people from among the students of the Stavropol Territory. The data was processed using the SPSS Statistics program (version 21). Factor analysis was performed by the method of separation of the main components and by the method of rotation - Varimax with Kaiser Normalization. We present the models of socio-cultural activity that contribute to educational adaptation and increase the motivation of professional self-determination and the formation of future specialists
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